We are a generally low risk producer of food colors and flavors. We are in the process of setting up a separate storage warehouse which will be in the same industrial park as our main warehouse approx. 1000 yards away. A truck will be used to transport finished products from the main warehouse (production) to the storage facility and vice versa. My question pertains to shoe hygiene. The employees who will be transferred to the storage warehouse will be operating the truck, and also the forklift to load the truck. As a result, they will be outside, and then re entering the storage facility. Given the storage facility is purely for storage and no production is taking place, I am not sure what protocols to put in place to minimize contamination (if any?) I've looked into foot baths, but it seems like overkill given it's just storage. Also I'm skeptical about introducing "wet" into a "dry" environment. I've looked into granular quat which maybe is an option, but I'm leaning mostly towards polypropylene shoe or boot covers. Something they can put on when they are outside and dispose of when they re enter the storage warehouse. Are boot covers such as these a viable choice? I don't see them talked about much.
Addition info: Employees in the main production warehouse are provided with suitable boots that are not to leave the facility. The employees relocated to the storage warehouse will not be entering the production areas at all.
Any suggestions will be helpful. Thank you.